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Corolla Wild Horses – Managing the Herd (Part 2)

For almost 500 years, the Spanish mustangs of Corolla have moved freely along the northern Outer Banks. A direct genetic link to the history of our nation, they are absolute proof that the Spanish were exploring the coast of North … Continue reading

The Wild Horses of Corolla (Part 1)

Beautiful, majestic, unforgettable-the Corolla wild horses are an extraordinary part of the Outer Banks experience. Yet, although they run free, there is considerable work that goes into keeping the herd healthy and vibrant. That became very clear this year when … Continue reading

Five Unexpected Outer Banks Adventures

There are so many amazing experiences to be had on the Outer Banks that it’s difficult to see everything during a one week vacation. There’s the beach, water sports, shopping, lighthouses… and the list stretches on and on, which is … Continue reading

Hurricane Arthur Update: July 4, 2014 11:00 AM

All Hurricane Warnings have been **DISCONTINUED** Damage assessment teams are in the field throughout Dare County today surveying the effects of Hurricane Arthur. Preliminary assessments indicate that overall Dare County did not suffer the impact as severely as forecasts suggested. … Continue reading

Hurricane Arthur Update: July 4, 2014 9:00 AM

This posting has expired. Hurricane Arthur exits Outer Banks near Nags Head and is moving away from the area. Arthur is a Category One storm with winds of 90 mph. At 9:00 AM, the center of Arthur was located approximately … Continue reading